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The Life & Sort of Death of Eric Argyle

Robert Kearns | Dublin

The Life & Sort of Death of Eric Argyle
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This project was funded!

rewards for funding this project:

€5 +

A big thank you on our company website (15thOak.com) and our massive collective eternal gratitude.

€20 +

An A2 copy of the show poster, personalised and signed by all the cast and crew, a big thank you on our company website and our eternal gratitude.

€40 +

A personalised 'Thank You' video from the cast and crew, a credit on our website as a patron of 15th Oak and an A2 copy of the show poster, personalised and signed by all the cast and crew.

€55 +

Two tickets to either the Dublin Fringe or Edinburgh Fringe run of the show, plus a signed show poster, and a Thank You on our website (15thOak.com). (this does not include the Dublin Opening Night on Sept 11 or the first Edinburgh Preview on August 1st)

€70 +

Two tickets to the opening night of the Absolut Fringe run of TLaSoDoEA in Dublin on September 11th, an A2 copy of the show poster, personalised and signed by all the cast and crew, and a thank you on our website and two invites to a special post-show event with the cast and crew of the show.

€100 +

The Book - Your own signed and personalised copy of the script of 'The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle', complete with production shots, images from the Dublin technical runs, from the Edinburgh run, and from the Dublin Fringe run in September, and notes from the writer, composer, director, designer and costume designer, all manufactured to appear as the book which is central to the stage production.

€200 +

All of the above! - 2 tickets to any performance of the show at the Absolut Fringe in Dublin or at the Edinburgh Fringe, a copy of the show book, a personalised signed show poster, and a credit as a patron of 15th Oak on our company website.

€800 +

The Golden Package - we fly you and a guest to Edinburgh on dates of your choosing, put you up in a 4 star hotel in the city centre for a night, get you 2 tickets for our show, 2 tickets for a show which we recommend, and dinner for two in one of our favourite Edinburgh restaurants.

a project by:
Robert Kearns

15th Oak is the Dublin-based theatre partnership of writer Ross Dungan and producer Robert Kearns. Right now, they are in the process of putting together their new show 'The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle', which will run at the Edinburgh Fringe and Dublin Fringe in August and September of this year respectively. (Edinburgh Fringe dates: 1st to 27th August (not the 13th), Dublin Fringe dates: 10th to 15th September)

The show is the company's second production, following their huge success in 2011 with their Edinburgh Fringe First winning show 'Minute After Midday' which received critical acclaim during performances in Edinburgh, Dublin, Belfast and Glasgow. (**** from The Scotsman, Irish Theatre Magazine, Whatsonstage.com, The List, The Times, Le Cool, Metro Herald, Belfast Telegraph, and The Herald - that's the Scottish one)

The new show (TLaSoDoEA) is a tragicomedy, which looks at the life and death of a man called Eric Argyle - a man who has just died and is being forced to look back on precise moments of his life which may have been vital turning points for him. We hope to make a genuinely beautiful show, which charms, entertains, and touches people. As such, we have recruited a cast of 8 fantastic actors, and a team of 6 to help to build something special.

To travel with a show this large, and to run it at the Absolut Fringe, we need very deep pockets. While we've already invested the bulk of €10,000 into the show, we realistically need more to cover the costs of accommodating performers, marketing the show, and building and transporting sets. This fundraising campaign aims to cover these costs.

In return for your support, you will receive anything from our deepest gratitude, through to getting to be present at an exciting preview performance of the show at the end of July and right up to an all-expenses paid trip to see our group perform the show abroad.

Any and all support would be hugely appreciated.